(Mountain Home) – Arkansas State University-Mountain Home’s Phi Theta Kappa chapter Beta Iota Epsilon traveled to the Oklahoma/Arkansas regional convention held on March 15-16.
Beta Iota Epsilon won seven total awards for their work in the community at the convention: Distinguished Chapter Award, Honors in Action Award, College Project Award, Best Project Award, Five Star Chapter Award, Host Award, and an Outstanding Officer Award. Chapter member Marcia Helm was also elected to become Regional Vice President at the convention.
Phi Theta Kappa is an academic honors organization for students in two-year colleges. The purpose of the organization is the advancement of scholastic effort and the rewarding of academic merit among college students. Membership is by invitation in accordance with local chapter by-laws.
To be considered, a student at ASUMH must have accumulated 12 semester hours with at least a 3.5 GPA. For more information on Phi Theta Kappa, contact Dr. Baird or Dr. Perry at ASUMH by calling (870) 508-6100.